Music today has continued with the angular beauty of King Crimson and their third album Lizard (1970) and their second album to be released in that year. Ooh, those Mellotrons. Greg Lake was replaced by Gordon Haskell on bass and vocals (his is an interesting story), Yes’ Jon Anderson sang on one track. Eventual yachtsman Andy McCulloch played the drums but left after this album for sessioneering, to be replaced by Ian Wallace (another with an interesting story through his session work). Mel Collins joined on flute and sax (and played zillions of interesting sessions). Pete Sinfield remained as lyricist, producer, and twiddled some synth knobs. Fripp would last forever.
Music Of The Daze
The musical musings in this post are an excerpt from my daily blog, TO WHERE I AM NOW, featured on my main website. Read the full blog post here.